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5.9 mm renal calculus
Usg done. Found 5.9 mm renal pelvic calculus, tiny , non obstructive. Also done endoscopy. Severe antrum gastritis found.
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Small calculus likely to pass on its own with proper hydration. However if it persists beyond 3months get RIRS or ESWL done.
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